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Cablegate: Madrid Response Re Developing a Community Of

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SUBJECT: MADRID RESPONSE RE DEVELOPING A COMMUNITY OF
ENERGY OFFICERS

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1. The following officers and local engaged staff (LES)
cover energy issues: Ari Nathan, Environment, Science,
Technology and Health officer, covers renewable energy,
nuclear power, and climate change (nathana@state.gov,
34.91.587.2385); Amy Dove, Economic officer, covers oil and
gas (dovean@state.gov, 34.91.587.2399), and; LES Ana Maria
Waflar provides assistance on energy related issues
(waflarax@state.gov, 34.91.587.2290). Economic Counselor
James Dudley (dudleyjl@state.gov, 34.91.587.2288) also
follows all of the above issues. Ari Nathan will be
responsible for contributions to the Energy Portal.
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